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See definition of naturals on Dictionary.com
  • as innote
  • as inprodigy
  • as intan
  • as invirtuoso
  • as inhairstyle

synonyms for naturals

  • character
  • sign
  • tone
  • degree
  • figure
  • flat
  • indication
  • interval
  • key
  • lick
  • mark
  • natural
  • pitch
  • representation
  • scale
  • sharp
  • step
  • token
  • genius
  • sensation
  • whiz
  • wizard
  • wunderkind
  • brain
  • curiosity
  • enormity
  • freak
  • intellect
  • marvel
  • mastermind
  • miracle
  • monster
  • natural
  • phenomenon
  • portent
  • rarity
  • spectacle
  • stunner
  • talent
  • wonder
  • child genius
  • one in a million
  • rare bird
  • whiz kid
  • wonder child

antonyms for naturals

MOST RELEVANT
  • heedlessness
  • ignorance
  • neglect
  • imbecile
  • expectation
  • normality
  • regularity
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      How to use naturals in a sentence

      This little globe cannot hold two men like you and me, and keep us apart during the remainder of our naturals.
      THE TERMS OF SURRENDERLOUIS TRACY
      After losing and winning a bit he hit a streak of naturals and his pile of gold chips tottered higher and higher.
      DEATHWORLDHARRY HARRISON
      "You haven't your sharps and naturals just right," she remarked.
      THE FOUR CORNERSAMY ELLA BLANCHARD
      Thus the concourse divide into three classes, like the notes in music; the naturals stare, the flats are fleeced, the sharps win.
      POPULAR AMUSEMENTSJ. T. CRANE
      Of the causes, Willis says that, so far as concerned the army, the evident causes were errors in the six non-naturals.
      A HISTORY OF EPIDEMICS IN BRITAIN (VOLUME I OF II)CHARLES CREIGHTON
      Gilpin himself is interesting as an important member of "the naturals," as they have been oddly and equivocally called.
      A HISTORY OF NINETEENTH CENTURY LITERATURE (1780-1895)GEORGE SAINTSBURY
      Douglas questioned him, for sometimes these naturals have much shrewd wit.
      THE MEN OF THE MOSS-HAGSS. R. CROCKETT
      It is not restricted to the voice or to any instrument, or even to our sharps, flats, and naturals.
      CRITICAL & HISTORICAL ESSAYSEDWARD MACDOWELL
      Certain "non-naturals," nine in number, preserved the health of the body, viz.
      THE EVOLUTION OF MODERN MEDICINEWILLIAM OSLER
      The keyboard was precisely like that now used, except that some builders made the naturals black and the sharps and flats white.
      HOW MUSIC DEVELOPEDW. J. HENDERSON
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      OCTOBER 26, 1985
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